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Tornadoes Hurricanes And Tsunamis

Author : April Isaacs
ISBN : 1404205330
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Looks at how to prepare for and survive some of nature's worst storms.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Natural Disasters

Author : Claire Watts
ISBN : 9781405313421
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 69.19 MB
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Find out how tsunami and other incredible natural events happen and why they cause so much destruction around the world. See •the sequence of events from an underground earthquake to massive waves that destroy whole regions •what happens when volcanoes erupt •how a tornado creates winds of up to 300 kph Learn •what happens when a wildfire gets out of control •how climate change is transforming our planet •the grim truth about the Black Death Discover •how technology is helping us to predict disasters before they happen •the ways in which people recover and rebuild their lives and much, much more
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Extreme Weather

Author : Bonnie Schneider
ISBN : 9781137000286
Genre : Science
File Size : 66.44 MB
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Flash floods, tsunamis, earthquakes, hurricanes, mudslides, thunderstorms, and wildfires - these devastating events are happening around the world at an alarming rate. As a Meteorologist on CNN and HLN, Bonnie Schneider reports on these natural disasters, explaining when they're likely to strike, and telling viewers how to respond when they do. In Extreme Weather, Schneider distills that information into a guide for readers. She interviews experts from a wide variety of agencies - including FEMA and NOAA - to provide a comprehensive understanding of the science behind weather patterns and the latest thinking on how to act in dangerous conditions. Ranging from topics that cover every season and every climate, Schneider introduces the reader to the best course of action during weather emergencies, including: *how to handle extreme weather scenarios in your car, outside, on a boat or at home *how to prepare for potential dangers, such as deadly lightning, when planning a camping trip, vacation or sports outing *what you need to have at home to protect against floods, earthquakes, or severe storms *how to protect your home from rapidly spreading wildfire *how to create a family evacuation plan for different emergencies *making sure your beloved pet is taken care of in time of disaster Drawing on actual survivor stories, Extreme Weather reminds readers that disaster can strike at any time, changing your life forever. *making sure your beloved pet is taken care of in time of disaster Drawing on actual survivor stories, Extreme Weather reminds readers that disaster can strike at any time, changing your life forever.
Category: Science

Weird Canadian Weather

Author : A H Jackson
ISBN : 189727839X
Genre : Canada
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In Canada, we really mean it when we say that if you don't like the weather, just wait five minutes. This book collects tales of some of the most unusual weather to storm across the country, from murderous heat waves to paralyzing ice storms.
Category: Canada

Bizarre Weather

Author : Joanne O'Sullivan
ISBN : 9781607345367
Genre : Humor
File Size : 50.77 MB
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This is weather beyond your wildest imagination—yet it’s all true: showers of worms from the sky, watermelon snow, gory storms, and other freakish and fun phenomena! These stories are anything but ordinary, and they will leave you stunned, horrified, amazed, and sometimes even amused at the incredible things nature can do. Gathered from historic records, present-day news reports and research studies, and spanning the globe from the Sahara to the tundra to the USA, they reveal just how volatile and bizarre weather can be. Find out about supersized hailstones as big as bowling balls; fish raining from the sky; the never-ending lightning that has become a UNESCO National Heritage Site; and fog so thick it killed hundreds of people in a single day. And if that isn’t strange enough for you, there are terrible typhoons and tsunamis, tornadoes that have carried people into the air, temperatures that soared over 49 degrees in two minutes, and even cyclones that have raised ships buried for over a century. Scientists can explain how and why some of these things happen—but other events remain a mystery. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Humor

Natural Disasters

Author :
ISBN : 9781405323604
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 80.95 MB
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From tsunami to tornadoes, discover nature's awesome potential with this Eyewitness guide. Discover how Earthquakes, floods and hurricanes affect those in their paths, and what measures we can use to protect ourselves from Mother Nature. Learn about the equipment we can use to predict natural disasters, from tsunami magnitude to the earthquake Richter scale. Photography from around the world, and clear diagrams help you understand the amazing power of nature. This a great reference tool for all the family.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Communication In Times Of Trouble

Author : Matthew W. Seeger
ISBN : 9781119229247
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 52.17 MB
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Presents the best practices of crisis communication and emergency risk communication This book covers crisis communication strategies and focuses on practical applications for effective management. It includes an extensive discussion of best practices in pre-crisis, crisis and post crisis stages. The book pays special attention to the needs of meeting the needs of diverse audiences and communicating in a responsive and responsible way. The principles are appropriate for many kinds of events including earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, tsunamis, epidemics, and pandemics as well as industrial accidents, toxic spills, transportation disasters, fires and intentional events. In the first chapter, Communication in Times of Trouble introduces the concept of best practices and establishes their relevance for crisis communication and emergency risk communication. A chapter is dedicated to each of the ten best practices. In each chapter, the best practice is described, examples of successful and unsuccessful application of the best practice in both organizational crises and natural disasters/emergencies are provided, advice for practical application is given, and a summary is provided. The concluding chapter details the challenges and opportunities for developing and implementing a response strategy that includes the best practices as a whole. Focuses on application and explanation in crisis communication to benefit those with backgrounds in emergency management, risk management, political science, disaster sociology, and public health Covers natural, large-scale emergencies such as earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, tsunamis, epidemics, and pandemics, which aren’t generally detailed in existing crisis communication texts Presents 10 best practices for dealing with emergencies: Process Approach; Pre-Event Planning; Partnerships; Public Concern; Honesty; Collaborate; Media access; Compassion; Uncertainty; Empowerment Communication in Times of Trouble will be of great interest to undergraduate students and practitioners in communication, public relations, public affairs, public information, public health, and emergency management.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The World S Deadliest Natural Disasters

Author : Claire Henry
ISBN : 9781477761472
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 90.17 MB
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Thousands upon thousands of death and injuries occur every year from things that no one can control—natural disasters. Death tolls and dollars of damage are laid out in comparison charts, and paths of destruction are shown in maps. Highlighting the deadliest tsunamis, hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornadoes with gritty detail, this volume is a grim reminder that sometimes all one can do is hang on and hope for the best.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

An Act Of God

Author : Erwin W. Lutzer
ISBN : 9781414364940
Genre : Nature
File Size : 43.93 MB
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How can we begin to understand or explain the tough questions about world disasters? Should we question if God is in control of major disasters, or even ask if he caused them? How do we answer the probing questions of non-Christians? How can God be considered good and just in light of the tsunamis, hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, and floods that are visited on his creation and his children? An updated, timely, and even more accessible edition of Where Was God? by Erwin Lutzer, bestselling author and senior pastor of The Moody Church, An Act of God? is a faith journey discussion about these and other life dilemmas.
Category: Nature

Extreme Weather

Author : Thomas M. Kostigen
ISBN : 9781426318115
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 38.10 MB
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Describes the science behind dangerous, wild, and deadly weather, including heat waves, blizzards, thunderstorms, floods, and hurricanes, and explains what can be done about the current extreme weather conditions on the planet.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Oceanic Disaster

Author : Arvind Kumar
ISBN : 8170353718
Genre : Cyclones
File Size : 79.97 MB
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Ocean disaster affect the lives of many thousands of people each year. Within minutes, a ocean disaster can rip apart a community, and change the lives of its residents forever. People who understand disaster and know what to do beforehand and after a disaster hits can significantly reduce disaster details and property damage. The main objective of the book is to stimulate the communication of solutions to the multidisciplinary problems associated with ocean disasters in order to improve methods of protecting people and property. It provides the Ocean disaster management community with an independent and wide ranging source of views, opinions and knowledge dedicated to improving our ability to foresee and mitigate the negative effects of natural hazards. The purpose of this book is to provide readers, contributors and supporting organisations with (a) a forum to learn about our plans for the ocean disaster; (b) the ability to read extracts from articles as they are submitted and (c) a one stop guide to the ocean disaster related resources. Contents Part I: Ocean Disaster Chapter 1: Indian Ocean Disaster. Part II: Hurricanes Chapter 2: Tropical Cyclone; Chapter 3: Hurricane Motion, Climatolgoical Tracks and Genesis Regions; Chapter 4: Monitoring Tropical Cyclones; Chapter 5: Guidance for Hurricane Evasion; Chapter 6: Safety Measures; Chapter 7: Safety Measures During Wind Evasion. Part III: Tornadoes Chapter 8: Tornadoes: An Introduction; Chapter 9: Tornadoes in Chronological Order; Chapter 10: Safety Measurement of Tornadoes. Part IV: Tsunami Chapter 11: Tsunami; Chapter 12: Tsunami in Caribbean Sea; Chapter 13: Tsunami Effects; Chapter 14: Tsunami Decades.
Category: Cyclones

Time Nature S Extremes

Author : The Editors of TIME
ISBN : 1603202226
Genre : Nature
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In March 2011 the eyes of the world turned to the Pacific, where an earthquake and tsunami devastated cities along Japan's northern coasts only weeks after a major earthquake caused billions of dollars in damages in Christchurch, New Zealand. At the same time, Haiti was still reeling from the January 2010 earthquake that killed more than 300,000 people and the airline industry was still recovering from the 2010 eruption of a volcano in Iceland that sent clouds of ash billowing across Europe, disrupting global air travel for weeks. Now TIME explores the science behind the powerful forces that create such natural disasters in an updated edition of its classic 2006 volume Nature's Extremes. Here are the tectonic forces that breed earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunamis .... the powerful weather patterns that create deadly hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires ... and a host of other natural nightmares, from deadly mudslides to avalanches, solar flares to dust storms. Filled with galleries of fascinating, sometimes mind-boggling, photographs and featuring the informative graphics that are a hallmark of the magazine, Nature's Extremes documents the destructive power of nature at its most deadly. It is a must-read for anyone concerned with the future of our planet. TIME will donate a portion of the proceeds from this volume to organizations working to aid victims of Japan's 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
Category: Nature

Natural Disasters Coloring And Facts Book

Author : Lurro
ISBN : 9798748716901
Genre :
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Natural Disasters are violent events that are outside the control of humans. They are caused by the forces of nature and may result in loss of life, injury, and damage to property. There are 9 types of natural disasters, can you name them? Natural disasters education is a very important part in the prevention of natural disasters. If it is applied from an early age, it would be successful and will yield positive results, namely to reduce the risks and consequences. Why do we need to learn about natural disasters? Because they have always happened and will always happen in the future. Remember, sisasters and emergencies have been increasing all over the world. ◆ In the city of Kraljevo, Serbia, a survey was conducted on schoolchildren regarding their knowledge of natural disasters. The unaware children were then subjected to a virtual earthquake simulation. Researchers analyzed the behavior and test results claiming that only 16% of the students behaved correctly and they were the ones who scored the most points on the natural disaster knowledge test. It has been proven that the earlier children are exposed to the subject, the more prepared they will be psychologically in case of a disaster. Why should you buy this book? ◆ This book is meant to encourage young people to take an interest in the subject, to make them realize that the problem exists and that only knowledge will help protect against the danger. Therefore, the book contains interesting information about disasters and coloring pages. Learning through play is the best form of development for children. ★ Click the cover to reveal what's inside! ★ About this book: 40 full pages drawings of Volcanic Eruption, Earthquake, Tornado and Facts, Printed on high quality solid white paper, Easily color with crayons, colored pencils or colored pens, Beautiful designs appropriate for all ages, High quality cover makes the book an ideal gift Put a SMILE on your face! Scroll up and BUY NOW!

Hurricanes And Tornadoes

Author : Malini Sood
ISBN : 1404239006
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 85.47 MB
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An overview of hurricanes and tornadoes discusses what causes such storms, how they are studied, famous storms and their aftermath, and how rescue teams prepare for these events.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Bombes Meteo

Author : Irene Bernard
ISBN : 0195422422
Genre : French language
File Size : 70.50 MB
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In this set, students learn more about extreme weather around the world. They examine notable tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, and snow/ice storms. They study characteristics, causes, effects of each as well humanitarian aid groups. In the final task, students will work with a partner to create a web page about an extreme weather condition.
Category: French language

Natural Disasters

Author : Diana Noonan
ISBN : 0743909054
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 37.65 MB
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Provides simple text, illustrations, and problems involving estimation to teach young readers how scientists use it to predict and prepare for hurricanes, tornadoes, and tsunamis.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Nana S Shoes

Author : Aisa Softic
ISBN : 0996294910
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Author : David Burnie
ISBN : 1480603767
Genre : Disasters
File Size : 50.88 MB
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Takes a close-up look at some of nature's biggest disasters including tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, volcacnic eruptions, floods, tsunamis, wildfires, and pandemics.
Category: Disasters